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Practical Examples: Getting Your Application Ready for an Enterprise Environment

Splitting the application code and data is the first step toward making your application enterprise ready. Consider placing the application data on the network and the application code on each workstation. If you think that the number of users, required security, or volume of data stored in the application warrants client/server technology, consider using one or more of the client/server techniques covered in this chapter. If sales people or consultants need disconnected copies of the application and its data on their laptops, consider using replication to synchronize data changes between the users and your master copy of the data. Finally, think about whether any application processes warrant transaction processing. If you feel that client/server technology, replication, or transaction processing is a necessary ingredient to your application, learn more about these techniques from a source such as Alison Balter's Mastering Access 2002 Enterprise Development.


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